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NBC
Sep 23, 2010 9:00am EDT
" takes you inside a look at man who had three wives for 16 years and takes on wife number four. meri, christine, janelle and robyn are all here. people are really interested in this story. how do you make this happen and pull it off? you do it with a smile. this is part of your faith, right? >> right. >> you're not legally married to all of your wives, you're legally married to meri, your first wife. the other wives, you still consider to be as important? >> right. >> you're a brief answering man. did your wives teach you this? do you say yes to every woman in your life? >> no, i don't. you know, just, in retro-thought, thought process, this is something i was driven to by my faith. and in retrospect, i think it's very important for the whole world to know that i would do it again, out of love. >> if you had the opportunity. we're in tough economic times it's hard enough for a family with two children to make it work, you have 16 wives and you're a salesman, how do you handle all the bills? >> he doesn't. >> he doesn't? >> we all work. >> each of you are working moms? >> i'm looking
NBC
Sep 23, 2010 7:00am EDT
relationship of one man and three wives and the addition of wife number four. >> 20 years ago i married meri and then janelle and 16 years ago, i married christine. i fell in love and then i fell in love again and then i fell in love again. >> they're live with us. good morning to you all. >> good morning. >> thiss the kind of lifestyle most pple would not embrace and certainly don't understand. let me start with you, kody you did not come from a plural family as it is call. your dad was not a polygamist. what led you down this path? what made you choose polygamy? >> it was faith based. part of a faith belief. i followed through with it and this is kind of where it landed. >> you started with meri, the first woman you married. your dad was a polygamous and you undetood this lifestyle. >> yes. >> this is technically the only legal marriage you have in the state of utah. the rest of the marriagesre not considered legal or not? >> no. >> meri, you get into this situation. did you assume other wives will come? >> at the time we g married, we both knew it was something we were going to live. this
CNN
Sep 11, 2010 5:00pm EDT
you can't re's bmember much. it's been nine years now. so the meries kind of yfade. but my family and i like to keep my dad's memory alive by telling stories abou him and remembering him. >> did tuesday's children help you through the s? grieving process? absolutely. ealsnt through the helping program. we went to costa rica and did a community service project and basically it's the idea that by doing community service and helping other people you help yourself and help yourself through that grieving process. >> , erin -- >> it really did work. >> erin, what's your message to children who have lossm parents to terrorism? not just 9/11 but terrorism. >> i would say that this isn't the one event that's goingo define your life. soofte ten i would go day to da thinking i wastigmatized by the fact that i lost my dad on such a national catastrophe. i think i woul just say to other children who have loste a loved one in an act of terrorism to say that this isn't going to be the most important thing of your life. anit will be something very important to you, but there are so many other bea
CSPAN
Sep 17, 2010 6:00am EDT
the world because is a mery tock crease in which there's fierce competition to funds the best ideas. if we accept the principle that those who are not judge to have the best ideas can obtain judicial relief that blocks funding of the best ideas to allow the lesser ideas to compete, this wl erode the veryard of american competitiveness. we owe more to the patients suffering from incurable diseases. we owe it to them to support all forms of stem cell research so that no matr where the science leads and where the cures come from, we can follow the most promising avenues of discovery. so i would urge you to clarify the wicker amendment so that there can be no question regarding congress's intent to fund the most meritorious science. >> thank you very much, very morrison. and mr. mosher, thank you. i may even have a question for you when we get to the questions here. we turn now to dr. nelson, and welcome and please proceed. >> thank you very much, chairman harkin, for the opportunity to present this information today. i am a translational neuroscientist from wayne state university. and
CSPAN
Sep 20, 2010 5:00pm EDT
the world because it's a mery tock crease in which there's fierce competition to funds the best ideas. if we accept the principle that those who are not judged to have the best ideas can obtain judicial relief that blocks funding of the best ideas to allow the lesser ideas to compete, this will erode the very hard of american competitiveness. we owe more to the patients suffering from incurable diseases. we owe it to them to support all forms of stem cell research so that no matter where the science leads and where the cures come from, we can follow the most promising avenues of discovery. so i would urge you to clarify the wicker amendment so that there can be no question regarding congress's intent to fund the most meritorious science. >> thank you very much, very morrison. and mr. mosher, thank you. i may even have a question for you when we get to the questions here. we turn now to dr. nelson, and welcome and please proceed. >> thank you very much, chairman harkin, for the opportunity to present this information today. i am a translational neuroscientist from wayne state uni
CSPAN
Sep 16, 2010 8:00pm EDT
science is the envy of the world because it's a mery tock crease in which there's fierce competition to funds the best ideas. if we accept the principle that those who are not judged to have the best ideas can obtain judicial relief that blocks funding of the best ideas to allow the lesser ideas to compete, this will erode the very hard of american competitiveness. we owe more to the patients suffering from incurable diseases. we owe it to them to support all forms of stem cell research so that no matter where the science leads and where the cures come from, we can follow the most promising avenues of discovery. so i would urge you to clarify the wicker amendment so that there can be no question regarding congress's intent to fund the most meritorious science. >> thank you very much, very morrison. and mr. mosher, thank you. i may even have a question for you when we get to the questions here. we turn now to dr. nelson, and welcome and please proceed. >> thank you very much, chairman harkin, for the opportunity to present this information today. i am a translational neuroscientist from
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